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Ian Bohen joins the cast of ‘Superman and Lois’

The Hale family reunites as Ian Bohan joins “Superman and Lois” as Lt. Mitch Anderson for a multi-episode arc.

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Ian Bohen, who is well known for his role in “Teen Wolf” as Peter Hale is set for a multi-episode arc on the upcoming second season of CW’s Superman & Lois.

“Bohen will play Lt. Mitch Anderson, the metaphorical “new sheriff in town” at the DOD. His worldview divides into two types — those you serve and those who serve you. He doesn’t like that Superman exists outside that paradigm and tries to bring the Man of Steel under his authority officially.”

Bohen is currently a series regular on Taylor Sheridan’s Paramount Network series “Yellowstone” opposite Kevin Costner. He is perhaps best known for his role as Peter Hale where he starred along with Tyler Hoechlin’s Derek Hale on MTV’s “Teen Wolf,” which marked its 10-year anniversary in June. He was last seen in the Sicario sequel “Day of the Soldado” opposite Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin. He also was seen in Sheridan’s acclaimed feature “Wind River,” opposite Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen.

Bohen took it to twitter following the announcement.

Superman himself, Tyler Hoechlin, took it to Instagram sharing his excitement with the caption “Bo, what’re you doin here?”

“Superman & Lois” stars Tyler Hoechlin as Clark Kent / Superman, Elizabeth Tulloch as Lois Lane, Jordan Elsass as Jonathan Kent, Alexander Garfin as Jordan Kent, Erik Valdez as Kyle Cushing, Inde Navarrette as Sarah Cushing, Wolé Parks as The Stranger, Adam Rayner as Morgan Edge with Dylan Walsh as General Samuel Lane and Emmanuelle Chriqui as Lana Lang Cushing.

Based on the characters from DC created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, “Superman & Lois” is developed by Greg Berlanti and Todd Helbing. We can expect more information on the new season at DC Fandome on Oct. 16.

Sanjayan Karthikeyan

Sanjayan Karthikeyan has always loved super heroes and wants to become a comic book artist/writer. Over the years, he was introduced to Superman who went on to become an inspiration in his life. Superman was the reason he started writing, which has become one of his favorite activities. Karthikeyan just completed schooling and plans on pursuing a career in finance but also wants to pursue Journalism, a new passion of his.

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